Order Jōy-ist Kombucha in Charleston Here!
Cherry Limeade Kombucha$6.00
Grape Beet Ginger Kombucha$6.00
Hibiscus Lavender Kombucha$6.00
Rosemary Mint Kombucha$6.00
Blueberry Pineapple Kombucha$6.00
Hibiscus Ginger Rose Kombucha$6.00
Pear Basil Kombucha$6.00
Lavender Lemonade Kombucha$6.00
Carrot Cayenne Kombucha$6.00
Bottle Buyback — Discontinued$0.00
Jōy-ist Kombucha in Charleston, SC is locally made in the West Ashley neighborhood. No-contact porch pickup and porch deliveries are available for all areas in Charleston County.
Porch pickup in West Ashley is always free (Grand Oaks area — address provided upon order submission).
Porch delivery is available free in the 29414 zip code, or free for orders over $75.00.
Available Kombucha Flavors
- Pineapple Blueberry
- Hibiscus Ginger Rose
- Pear Basil
- Cayenne Carrot
- Lavender Lemonade
- Cherry Limeade
- Hibiscus Lavender
- Rosemary Mint
- Grape Beet Ginger
Purchase Jōyist Kombucha in Charleston & Help Support Local Non-Profits
When you purchase a bottle of Jōy-ist Kombucha, you help spread JOY in the community. Jōy-ist donates 10% of all profits to local charities. Profit shares are currently benefiting The Lowcountry Blessing Box Project. The Lowcountry Blessing Box Project strives to help our neighbors in need who are otherwise unable to put enough food on their tables. As profits grow, as will our list of benefiting non-profit organizations.
About The Lowcountry Blessing Box Project
Our goal is to place and maintain Blessing Boxes around the Lowcountry. Blessing boxes are stocked with non-perishable food items, basic toiletries, baby supplies, and anything else that might be considered a blessing to someone who finds themselves in need. Items are anonymously donated and anonymously received. A simple rule applies – Leave what you can, take what you need.
Studies show adults with food insecurity will skip meals or reduce their portions to provide for children in their homes as they wait for pay day. Many food insecure families do not qualify for the assistance of food banks, or are hesitant to turn to food banks for assistance due to the stigma. One “bad month” can be enough to plunge a household into food insecurity. Lay-offs at work, unexpected car maintenance, unforeseen medical bills, or an accident on the job can suddenly force a family to choose between buying food and paying bills. This is the purpose of our project- to bridge this gap. Thank you for your ongoing support.